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Hello Citizens,

Last week, CitizenCon 2948 was all the buzz with tickets going on sale in waves on Wednesday and Thursday. Didn’t pick up a ticket? Fear not, for we still have Standard Access tickets available here. We can’t wait to see many of you in October!

Also, we were stunned by your ability to capture awe-inspiring scenic vistas for Round 2 of our Screenshot Contest on Spectrum. Congratulations to citizen NarayanN7 for winning and grabbing an Intel® Optane™ SSD 900P. This week’s theme is Lifestyle. We want to see what a day in the life of your character is all about. Lounging at the bar, dance parties, shopping for your latest wardrobe, and more! You can enter the contest in this Spectrum thread.

With that, let’s see what’s going on this week:

Today sees a brand new episode of Calling All Devs, the show answering the questions asked and voted on by you, the Star Citizen community. This week is our longest Calling All Devs yet, with an in-depth discussion about Gravlev, atmospheric flight, IFCS and more.

On Tuesday, the Lore Team opens up the Jump Point Vault and publishes either a Galactic Guide or Portfolio article that was previously available to Subscribers in our monthly Jump Point magazine.

Every Thursday, we welcome an all new episode of Around the Verse. Throughout Star Citizen’s development, we’ve brought you the latest news in a variety of formats, refining our process as we go. The goal is always to serve the community with the most up-to-date information possible, while still being sensitive to the demands of our developers. This Thursday’s show,...
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May 2948 Subscriber Flair

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When the chips are down, your number’s up, and the odds are stacked against you, nothing levels the playing field like Kastak Arms’ Devastator semi-automatic shotgun. Now available with this exclusive ICC Voyager finish, the Devastator will have you clearing rooms with impeccable style and remorseless brutality. Its high-impact plasma blasts are ideal for unleashing close-range bedlam, and it’s also an adept intimidation tool – even the most desperate outlaws tend to be a lot more reasonable, staring down the barrel of a Devastator.

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Imperator-level subscribers will receive the exclusive Pathfinder variant, along with the Voyager finish.

If you’re an active subscriber, these items will be added to your account on May 9th. More information about subscriptions can be found here!

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This one is a doozy. Our longest Calling All Devs yet, with an in-depth discussion about Gravlev, atmospheric flight, IFCS and more.

You can submit your questions for consideration in future episodes of Calling All Devs here

And for info on becoming a subscriber, go to: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/pledge/subscriptions

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Paul Jones, Corentin Billemont and Matt Sherman all answer your questions LIVE about these exciting new additions to the Star Citizen universe.

To watch Reverse the Verse LIVE each and every week, tune into http://twitch.tv/starcitizen.

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Monthly Studio Report: April 2018
Welcome to Cloud Imperium Games’ Monthly Studio Report for April, bringing you insight into what all of our studios have been working on. This month, the team delivered multiple updates to Alpha 3.1, made advancements on a variety of new systems and features, like scanning and mining, and continued development on Squadron 42. With that said, let’s get to it.
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VEHICLE FEATURES

The team focused on two major priorities in April: one was the scanning feature, which is making good progress. The focus has been on the code-side that will be used throughout Star Citizen, including for Mining and in Squadron 42. The other priority was Object Container Streaming development, as it relates to making vehicles thread safe. This is one step toward a larger goal being worked on across the company — to provide a significant performance increase in the game. In addition to these tasks, the team provided support in various areas, such as fixing crash bugs on the 3.1 stream, assisting in development on the Anvil Hurricane, and tackling bugs in areas of the game that were hindering development.

VEHICLE PIPELINE

Tech Design completed their initial set-up of the Anvil F8 Lightning. They’ve also been setting up the Anvil Hurricane while the Art Team wraps up their work ahead of the Alpha 3.2 release. Tech Art will begin the damage pass on the Hurricane soon. The teams are looking forward to adding the Hurricane to the list of flyable ships. Tech Design and Art were also busy collaborating on the Consolidated Outland Mustang revision.

Currently, Tech Art is tackling damage passes for the Aegis Avenger revision and Origin 600i, as well as implementing landing gear compression on...
This week, Ricky Jutley returns with another PU project update, and Jared serves up a double helping of Ship Shape, with looks at the Anvil Hurricane and the reveal of a new series of concept ships.

You can purchase CitizenCon tickets here: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/16493-CitizenCon-2948-Announcement

You can find the April 2018 Monthly Report here.


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Do you like exotic developing star systems and strange alien species? Then Oso might be for you. Let Cherie Heiberg take you on a tour, in a new episode of Loremaker’s.

Remember that you can always explore the Star Citizen Universe yourself in our web-based Ark Star Map.

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Hello Citizens,

Last week we announced the date and location for CitizenCon 2948! We invite you to join us at the Long Center, in Austin, Texas, on October 10th, for a full day of presentations and interactions, exploring the current and future developments in Star Citizen and Squadron 42. See you there!

The Community team is currently looking through all the incredible screenshots we received for our Intel® Optane™ SSD 900P contest and will announce a winner soon. And although there can only be one winner, we’d like to thank everyone who submitted a screenshot. You guys did a fantastic job, and there’ll surely be another chance to come in in first place.

With that, let’s see what’s going on this week:

Today, we’ll welcome a new episode of Calling All Devs, the show answering the questions asked and voted on by you, the Star Citizen community. This week, we’ll cover the current state of things on the planet Crusader, oceans on the planet Hurston, and Orbital markers and the future of planetary approaches.

The fantastic Lore Team always expands on the lore and narrative that makes up the Star Citizen universe. Read up on previously published lore posts here and check back in on Tuesday for the latest post.

No Bugsmashers! this week, but the show will return next week on its regular bi-weekly schedule.

Thursday, we will welcome another installment of Around the Verse with an all-new episode of Ship Shape. Make sure to tune in for the latest...
Every week, designers, engineers and other developers from our five offices around the world answer backer questions submitted on SPECTRUM and voted on by YOU. This week, we address questions on the development of Crusader, swimming in Hurston’s oceans and more.

You can submit your questions for consideration in future episodes of Calling All Devs here

And for info on becoming a subscriber, go to: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/pledge/subscriptions

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